UNTV Drone Video Reveals Incomplete Housing Units for Yolanda Victims After 3 Years


The Philippines most devastating super typhoon to hit the country, Bagyong Yolanda left billions of damages to the Filipino people and as the victims will soon commemorate the tragedy, a news media outlet visited the housing units promised by former Pres. Aquino.



A few days after the tragedy struck Tacloban City, the Philippine government promised to build new houses for the victims but the project materialize only after years of preparation.

The crew of UNTV discovered something that were not reported on national media, they found out that the promised housing units of the Aquino admin failed. Now that President Rody Duterte served as the country’s chief executive he tasked his Vice President Leni Robredo to take care the housing problems in the country.

To prove the claims of UNTV they showed a video footage on national TV showing that most of those houses promised by the Aquino admin are still incomplete.

The National Housing Authority reported that there are 12,600 housing units ready to be occupied but only 2,000 families have been able to move into the permanent housing units of the national government.

UNTV also revealed that in Richview Park 1 and 2 alone, a total of 2,000 units were supposed to be built, but only 989 families have been housed so far. The NHA also noted that there are still 200 families waiting to be relocated to these permanent housing units as confirmed by the Local Government of Tacloban City.

Watch the Drone Footage of UNTV:



UNTV Drone Video Reveals Incomplete Housing Units for Yolanda Victims After 3 Years UNTV Drone Video Reveals Incomplete Housing Units for Yolanda Victims After 3 Years Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 11/02/2016 Rating: 5

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